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, too for the average person, it can help you be proactive. if you're going california, can you see if there is a outbreak of a flu or cold and arms you in case. >> nice to be informed. >> yes. >> especially in advance. >> yes. >> and love laura's likes today. >> thank you. >> thank you, laura. >>> forget black friday, black thursday is more and more popular. tracy burns has one woman's plan to make it go away. >> reporter: a california target employee is telling the company to keep the doors shut. casey saint clare is leading the charge to stop target from opening at 9:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day so workers can stay home and spend time with families. she's the brains behind an online petition that has already brought in more than 200,000 supporters. and not everyone is in favor. >> you have 23 million people out of work or underemployed, i don't think this is the year to make this to do about it. >> reporter: with the economy struggling to get back on track, companies count on the holidays to boost sales. in 2011, black friday weekend accounted for 11% of total holiday spending. >>
state and colorado both voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana and in california, voters approved raising income taxes on people making more than $250,000 a year to help balance the state budget. >>> and as we continue tonight, a cell phone company shells out some cash after forcing some customers into data plans they didn't want. >> and one day after the president wins the white house, stocks are firmly in the red. find out what led to the worst one-day loss of the year. f the . >>> we're back now. at&t shelling out a lot of cash for forcing people into those plans. y that all for customers' -- offer customers refunds and give them a choice to restore the older plans. at&t said a computer error forced some into monthly plans after they replaced, lost or lost broken phones through insurance warranty policies. >>> stocks closed with the worst one-day loss of the year. investors worried about the of and tax increases and spending cuts that could assault economy unless congress acts. at midday, the dow is down more than 250 points and continued until the closing bawl bell.
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